In Episode 29 of the Guitars & Granola Bars podcast, I’m chatting with music therapist Alana Seaton. Alana talks about having her life interrupted by not 1 but 4 hurricanes, the birth and postpartum experiences she had with her two girls, and the parallels between being a mom and a music therapist.
Alana is a Master’s level music therapist in Knoxville, TN. She currently has a part-time private practice, and a part-time position with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra’s Music & Wellness Program. She has experience with diverse psychiatric populations, special needs populations, and is currently conducting research with the KSO on the effects of live music on waiting room behaviors.
Alana is mommy to a musical 7 year old, mobile 10 month old, 2 geriatric kitties, and wife to a funky bass-playing husband.
Knoxville Music Therapy // Alana’s private practice website.
Alana Seaton, MMT, MT-BC // Connect with Alana on Facebook.
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